Jack Hawkins (1910 - 1973)
Film Deaths[edit | edit source]
- The Black Rose (1950) [Tristram Griffin]: Fatally injured in an explosion when he ignites some gunpowder with a flaming arrow. (Thanks to Brian)
- The Adventurers (Fortune In Diamonds) (1951) [Pieter Brandt): Killed when the roof of the diamond mine collapses on him after fighting Peter Hammond. (Thanks to Brian)
- Land of the Pharaohs (1955) [Pharaoh Khufu]: Bleeds to death after his legs are slashed in a swordfight with Sydney Chaplin, on top of having been previously stabbed in the chest. (Thanks to Brian)
- Rampage (1963) [Otto Abbot]: On the roof of an apartment block, trying to shoot an unarmed Robert Mitchum, he is killed by the Enchantress (a malay leopard/tiger cross) which jumps on him, mauls him and bites his throat. (Thanks to Brian).
- Shalako (1968) [Sir Charles Daggett]: Shot to death by Stephen Boyd. (Thanks to Brian)
- The Adventures of Gerard (1970) [Millefleurs]: Shot by Mark Burns' soldiers, as he tries to kill Peter McEnery.
- Waterloo (1970) [Gen. sir Thomas Picton]: Killed during battle, we only see a shot go though his hat and he falls off his horse (we don't see him again after).
- Kidnapped (1971) [Captain Hoseason]: Drowned (off-screen) after his ship hits the rocks and sinks during a storm. (Thanks to Brian)
- Tales that Witness Madness (1973) [Dr. Nicholas]: Mauled to death (off-screen) by an "imaginary" tiger in the asylum; the movie ends with Jack screaming as the tiger pounces at him.
TV Deaths[edit | edit source]
Notable Connections[edit | edit source]
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